Category Archives: GLBTQ

BBC dives into the radfem/transphobia debate?

The BBC has seen fit to give voice to Julie Bindel, “a radical feminist and journalist, who [is] trying to persuade medics and trans people that sex change surgery is unnecessary mutilation.” I’m not at all clear from the article … Continue reading

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Complicating the Gay Marriage Debate

There are supposed to be two sides to this marriage debate. Either you’re a member of the Religious Right and are opposed or you’re a good liberal and are in favor. Right? Not so much. I’ve seen a huge range … Continue reading

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Gender/queerness and street harassment

Yesterday morning I listened to a segment on the Brian Lehrer show about street harassment (cat-calling) in NYC. Lehrer interviewed three women: Latosha Belton and Ashley Lewis, two Brooklyn teenagers who worked with Girls for Gender Equity to create “Sisters … Continue reading

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The Martyrdom of Isaiah

I love me some Grey’s Anatomy, but Isaiah Washington sure has a talent for acting like an ass and then feeling sorry for himself.. He did an interview on Larry King Live to clarify his use of the word “faggot” … Continue reading

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Share your photos, help LGBT youth

Point Foundation scholar Ceceilia Allwein A guest-post by Ceceilia Allwein So you have all those photos online, right??? And those photos are just sitting there looking pretty. Uh huh. Now you can help raise money for scholarships for queer kiddos … Continue reading

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It’s 10pm. Do you know where your local roving gangs of lesbians are?

Best. O’Reilly. Ever. Apparently there is a rampant infestation of pink-pistol-toting lesbian gangs (seriously), wreaking havoc on cities across the nation with their combat boots, short haircuts, and unnatural love of softball. They are recruiting children in schools to be … Continue reading

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Hate Crime in Indiana

A man was brutally murdered in Indiana because he was gay. And his murderers are using “gay panic defense” to justify what they did to Aaron “Shorty” Hall. Here’s what they did to him (trigger warning: graphic violence):

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Another Post on Children: A Lesbian Couple, Sperm Donation, and Me…

I was reading this article from the Washington Post earlier today, and thinking about the situation that this guy is in. It makes me wonder how common these sorts of situations are. I think that most of us, by now, … Continue reading

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News Out of MA: Legislators Defeat Same-Sex Marriage Ban…

This just in: The constitutional same-sex marriage ban that was being pushed in MA was defeated 45 to 151. The proposed ban needed at least 50 votes to make it to the ’08 ballot. This is great news. “We’re proud … Continue reading

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Renewing the Craig v. Boren Strategy for Hate Crimes, or Why Tucker Carlson’s Stupidity Must Be Confronted Head On.

On May 14th, Joe Solomonese, President of the Human Rights Campaign, paid a visit to Tucker Carlson’s MSNBC show to talk about HR 1592, the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2007. Here is the transcript of the … Continue reading

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The Homosexual Agenda Hits the White House

Just look at the evil that homosexuality has wrought: He may look innocent wrapped in a blanket and wearing a little cap,* but we must remember that this is the child of homosexuals. Therefore, he deserves fewer protections and rights … Continue reading

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Nancy Goldstein: Old Married Lady

Congratulations to Nancy Goldstein of National Advocates for Pregnant Women for not only being featured in an article in the New York Times, but on the reason for the article itself: Officially speaking, same-sex couples who live in New York … Continue reading

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